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- Personal injury trust
- I do not claim benefits so do I need a personal injury trust?
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- How to set up a personal injury trust
- Pros and cons of setting up a personal injury trust
- A message for solicitors on personal injury trusts
- Compensation protection trust
- 52 weeks to create a personal injury trust?
- I have received personal injury compensation and I claim means-tested benefits
- Why aren’t there more personal injury trusts?
- Who must I tell about my personal injury trust?
- What personal injury payments can be protected by a personal injury trust?
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- Best bank or building society account for personal injury trust
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Category Archives: Workplace accident claim
Employers’ liability Workplace accident claim The case if Vaile v Havering London Borough Council is case is a good example of a workplace accident claim. The decision is based on the law of negligence. Negligence is the failure to take … Continue reading
Personal Injury at Work How to avoid accidents and injury at work I started my career as a personal injury solicitor working for those who suffered personal injury at work. What is striking is that although the law has been … Continue reading
Workplace accident claim Workplace accidents are avoidable which means accidents at work should not happen. Compensation can be claimed for the consequences of a workplace accident. The workplace must be risk assessed to avoid accidents and injury at work. If … Continue reading
Explanation of employer’s duty to prevent risks and protect by use of personal protective equipment – gloves in this example. Continue reading
Safety when working at height Historically most personal injury cases were based in the law of negligence. Negligence is the failure to take reasonable care to avoid likely injury. Over recent years health and safety regulations have been brought into … Continue reading